On Champion, Nora Jane Struthers melds country twang and harder-edged rock sounds into a memorable set of tunes.
an addictive blend of country, honky-tonk and Tex-Mex.
We can be grateful that she’s still out there telling it the way she sees it.
Gil Landry’s Love Rides A Dark Horse tries to “purge hard times in song.”
On Last Man Standing, Brother Roy reveals his devotion to the rock and roll cannon with tunes that are both finely crafted and filled with conviction.
Deep Water by Amanda Cook sits at the Country Pop end of Bluegrass with Patty Loveless, Dolly and Alison Krauss.
Langhorne Slim’s Lost at Last, Vol. 1offers an antidote to the technological din with quiet, inventive songs that cut through the clutter of everyday life.
Peach includes five Blues covers and showcases Larkin Poe’s understanding of the genre with their energetic, sympathetic and passionate interpretations.
The sound is pure Nashville, the sound of East Nashville, a hotbed of indie roots rockers, modern-day country music outlaws & struggling singer-songwriters.
What does seem different on Same As I Ever Have Been is Patershuk’s lightness of touch and variety of style compared with his previous album.
Kwndell Marvel has writing credits for Gary Allan, Lee Ann Womack, Travis Tritt & George Strait – the good news is that he’s kept back some gems for own
The band can play beautifully and the arrangements are unfailing lifting and crafted.
Burnette has produced an album of original Rockabilly albeit with 2017 production values. Where it differs to some of the latest purveyors is that the Country influence is never far away…
Aurora offers a clear-eyed look at the personal cost of addiction, delivered in disarmingly wry observations and swaggering roadhouse country music.
Her clear strong voice, so simply backed, was sufficient given the quality of all the songs. She has the gift for melody with a Country pop sensibility.
Bill Carter’s self-titled album proves that a good song can stand on its own, without help from a roomful of musicians or an assist from studio trickery.
Lee Ann Womack’s ninth release continues her steady progression from Noughties mainstream Country star to Country Americana artist.
Two Different Worlds gives Ryan Koenig a long-overdue opportunity to demonstrate his own talents of songwriting and musicianship.
The effortless harmonies on You Don’t Own Me Anymore by The Secret Sisters are a pleasure to hear but to do it with such arresting beauty is truly a gift.
Judging by First Cigarette, Travis Meadows seems to have lived every lyric in your record collection.